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TeaVivre brings you the fresh Monkey King Monkey King Tie Guan Yin which has no heavy roasting flavor. It is from the origin place of Tie Guan Yin, Anxi in Fujian Province. The twisted dry leaves are tight and strong in dragonfly-like shape. Dry tea has the light refreshing fragrance of vegetables and fruits. After brewed, the characteristic fresh scent of Tie Guan Yin comes. The tea liquid tastes sweet and its fragrance lasts long. Tie Guan Yin has two different kinds of making method, Zheng Chao (正炒,) and Tuo Suan (拖酸), which was introduced in the description of Anxi Superfine Tie Guan Yin. This Anxi Monkey King (Ma Liu Mie) Tie Guan Yin belongs to zheng chao Tie Guan Yin tea, has comfortable brisk and smooth flavor without the sour taste on your tongue, just like the Anxi Superfine Tie Guan Yin.
Our Anxi Monkey King (Ma Liu Mie) Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea is analysed in accordance with the requirements of regulation (EC) 396/2005 (regulation on maximum residue levels in food and feed) in its currently valid version.
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With a strong and long-lasting fragrance, this Monkey-King Tie Guanyin smells fresh and tender. When you brew it, the smell of honey peach can be enjoyed. The degree of fermentation is 100 percent and the tea leaves turn soft. You had better drink it one hour after meals, for it is quite good for digestion.
Legend has it that the cliff is too abrupt for people to pick the Oolong tea leaves. Therefore, monkey is trained to climb the cliff and help tea farmers pick the Oolong tea leaves.Another saying goes that tea farmers need to tie a rope around the waist during the process of picking, just like a monkey. Hence obtains its name.
Anxi County lies in the middle by south of Fujian, at 24°51′ N - 25°26′ N, 117°34′E - 118°18′E. Its total area is 2983.1 square kilometers. The environment of Anxi is definitely suitable for planting tea trees. It locates in the subtropical humid climate zone, on the southeast side of Dai Yun Mountain. The average temperature here is about 16 to 20℃, while the annual precipitation is around 1600 mm to 1800 mm.
The tea trees of Tie Guan Yin are delicate, not easy to be grown well with a low output. Thus the tea trees are precious. For this Anxi Monkey King Tie Guan Yin, its tea tree is purebred and bush, has spreading branches sideling grown. The leaf sprout horizontally and slightly curls towards its back, with thick and bold blade. Leaf presents glossy and deep green color, while the bud is in purple red. Its appearance is like a peach, thus it is named as red heart crooked peach.
Growing between the cliff and rock, Monkey Picked Tie Guanyin is a wild kind of Tie Guanyin. Legend has it that there is a kind of wild Oolong tea tree growing between the cliff and rock in ancient times so that tea farmers cannot pick the leaves in usual way. Therefore, people figure out to tie a rope around waist to climb the cliff for tea picking, just like a monkey. Hence obtains its name.
Another saying goes that the cliff is too abrupt for people to pick the Oolong tea leaves. Therefore, money is trained to climb the cliff and help tea farmers pick the Oolong tea leaves. People name it as Maliumie, referring to the kind of Oolong tea picked by monkey. Maliumie(马骝搣), as the name of production: “Maliu(马骝)” is the nickname of monkey used by people in Guangzhou, Guangxi and Hainan. “Mie(搣)” means picking. “Maliumie” refers that monkey king picks tea leaves. In addition to the meaning of Maliumie picked by monkey king, the name also indicates that it is a kind of precious tea.
Monkey-King Tie Guanyin contains lots of vitamins. Vitamin A can prevent from scurvy; Vitamin B can help digestion; Vitamin C can enhance immunity; Vitamin E can resist aging. As the saying goes that rarity enhances value, you will benefit a lot from drinking a cup of it every day.
In the year 1855, Linfengchi removed Oolong tea trees from the Wuyi Mountains in the Fujian province of China and traveled to DongDing, which is in Lugu, Taiwan. Once he arrived in Taiwan, he replanted the tea trees, beginning the history of the Dong Ding Oolong , one of Taiwan's most famous teas. During 1858, a British company at that time called Jardine Mantheson & Co. bought semi-finished Oolong tea from Taiwan, spreading it around the world.
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Great quality tea! Perfect packaging and international shipping. Always again.
Received as a sample with my order. Excellent, i would definitely consider purchasing more.
This tea was a nice rendition of your standard green Tie Guan Yin: a combination of orchid, citrus, and vegetal notes. Compared to the super floral Zheng Wei Tie Guan Yin, there's definitely more of a sour citrus bite. Even though this sample came from last year's harvest, it still tasted really fresh. A great value offering that I'll definitely consider buying again!
Great daily drinker for this kind of lightly oxidized and roasted oolong. Very floral aroma that I enjoy. Will definitely get more of this.
This is one of my go to teas. It has a wonderful floral aroma and a light, pleasant taste. I am able to resteep it up to twice with great results.
This oolong is very lightly oxidized and roasted. The aroma is floral, the taste and mouth feel are light. It only lasts for 5-7 infusions gongfu style, compared to 12-15 you can get from the high end oolongs. For its price, a good every day drinker.
Very tasty and enjoyable, can't wait to get my next order so I can drink it in a regular basis. I only tried it in a sample and it was one of the best oolongs I've ever had. By the way, TeaVivre has the best customer service and shipping process from any website I've purchased from.
I compared this with the 'regular' TGY from Teavivre. Monkey King TGY leaves are slighly more blue-ish than TGYs, which I find rather interesting. Leaves are even shaped and look gorgeous. The aroma of the leaves is more floral than TGYs, but there is only slight difference. Anxi Monkey King has nice, typical flavour of TGY, it's floral slightly savour and has a bit astrigent mouthfeel. More floral than regular TGY in flavour as well. Comparing these two there is not much difference, but just enough to keep me buying both and not just one.
This is a tasty and floral oolong. It is unroasted. There are some subdued buttery notes as well. I only brewed this western style so I probably didn't get the full effect but it was quite good.
The aroma of the dry leaf is spectacular. It is very soft, floral, sweet, and delicate. After rinsing the tea leaves, my entire kitchen smells like fresh flowers. Yummy! The taste of the tea is very soft, it has pleasant notes of orchid flowers with some sugary sweetness, although I do not get the "honey peach" note. Maybe because I am brewing in clay? Anyways, the tea is excellent. The flavor is soft yet strong, the mouthfeel is amazingly sweet and lingering, and the aftertaste lasts for a long time with a buttery smoothness to it. The price is very good for such a tea. If you like greener, floral oolongs, you will love this tea.
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